|Irmgard von Stephani|
|Birth:||20 September 1895|
|Death:||5 October 2007|
|Age:||112 years, 15 days|
Irmgard von Stephani (20 September 1895 – 5 October 2007) was a German supercentenarian who had been the oldest living person in Germany from the death of Frieda Müller on 21 July 2005 until her death on 5 October 2007.
Irmgard Von Stephani was born in Kassel and spent her youth in Celle together with her mother and sister after the passing of her father, a civil servant. In 1915 she moved to Berlin. She never married or had children and she started working as a housekeeper and nanny. She moved to Lankwitz around 1930 where she was living for another seven decades. In her 80s she inherited the mansion of her last employer but committed it to her relatives. She attributed her longevity to renouncing alcohol, cigarettes and being sportive. At the age of 111, Irmgard von Stephani lived on her own until May 2007. Thereafter, she moved into a nursing home where she spent her last months. Despite having trouble with her eyesight and hearing, she was able to walk when aided.
|Germany's Oldest Living Person Titleholders (V • E)|
Margarethe Sauer • Katharina Braun • Leni Matthaei • Mathilde Schulz • Petronella Wansleban • Agnes Gerrath • Anna Fleinert • Bertha Brandes • Wilhelmine Heister • Gertrude Schmalohr • Maria Corba • Elfried Libbert • Paula Baumgartner • Gertrud Pannwitz • Ottilie Aleith • Karolina Kruger • Franziska Umrath • Pauline Spyra • Wilhelm Lehnen • Marie Stegmann • Wilhelm Schorner • Maria Laqua • Rosalia Hasenkampf • Magdalene Regener • Anna Stephan • Lina Zimmer • Hermann Dornemann • Frieda Muller • Irmgard von Stephani • Elsa Tauser • Frieda Borchert • Emma Joisten • Alwine Werner • Zhenya Broytman • Frieda Schmidt • Berta Zeisler • Charlotte Bauch • Karolina Grober • Elisabeth Schneider • Gertrud Henze • Frieda Szwillus • Johanna Klink • Charlotte Klamroth • Margarete Dannheimer • Else Ronsch • Herta Oeser • Gustav Gerneth • Mathilde Mange • Katharina Hagemeyer • Adele Rodenstein • Anonymous of Berlin (1908)